- Try the spin cycle.
- Turn off the power and water supply.
- Remove and check the drain hose.
- Check to see if it will drain with the help of gravity.
- Check your machine’s inner workings.
- Check the drain pipe.
- Drain manually if needed.
- Call a service professional.
Why does my washing machine have water in the drum?
Water In Bottom of Washing Machine Drum: Why It Happens
Your drain hose is kinked. Your lid mechanism is broken or not engaging fully. Your drain or hose is clogged. Your load was too large for a good spin cycle.
How do you manually drain water from a washing machine?
If you have a drain pump filter only, place the shallow container up against the machine, directly under the filter, to catch the water. Turn the knob slowly until water starts coming out. Fill the container, turn the knob off, dump the water into a sink or basin, and repeat until the water has been drained completely.
How do I get the water out of my washing machine that won’t drain?
- Step 1: Turn off the power.
- Step 2: Find the drain hose at the back of the washing machine.
- Step 3: Set up the bucket and drain hose.
- Step 4: Check for and remove all clogs in the drain hose.
- Step 5: Check for deeper clogs in the drain or beyond.